Canadian History Dictionary Re Francois Sieur De Gand
(Samuel de Champlain era) One of the Hundred Associates, 171.
Bib : O'leary Roman Catholic Church In Quebec Harris Roman
Catholic Church in Ontario; Cameron, Catholic Church in Maritim...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Lawyer, employed to contest Champlain...
Entered public life in 1815 as member for
Huntingdon, which he...
Head Sir Edmund Walker 1805-1868 Fellow Of Merton College Oxford
1830-1837; lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick, 1847; governor...
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Construction of, provided ...
Thompson David 1770-1857 Born In The Parish Of St John's
Westminster, England. Educated at the Gray Coat School; and ent...
Red River Rebellion
See Riel Rebellion, 1869-1870.
Pericard Mgr De Bishop Of Evreux
(Bishop Laval era) Cousin of Bishop Laval, 21.
(Egerton Ryerson era) Election contests, 63.
(Lord Sydenham era) Attempts to introduce after passage of Queb...
A tribe of the Iroquois family, dwelling chiefly in
Allan Sir Hugh 1810-1882 Founder Of The Allan Line Of Steamships
Came to Canada from Scotland, 1826, and in 1831 entered the shi...
Drummond Sir Gordon 1771-1854 Son Of Colin Drummond At One Time
deputy paymaster-general of the forces in Canada. Born at Quebe...
Fort, otherwise known as St. Louis, on the Richelieu. Built
(Tilley era) Deserts his party in New Brunswick, 18.
(Lord Dorchester era) Settled in Canada, disloyalty of, 82, 85;...
Bib : Cyc Am Biog
Bib : Works: The State In Its Relations With The Church Gleanings
from Past Years. For biog., see Morley, The Life of William Ewa...
Lymburner Adam 1746-1836 Born In Kilmarnock Scotland Came To
Canada about 1776, and settled at Quebec, where he succeeded to...
Dalhousie George Ramsay Ninth Earl Of 1770-1838 A Scottish Peer
Entered the army at an early age and saw service in various parts of the
world. From 1812 to 1814 commanded the 7th division of the British army
in France and Spain. Received the thanks of Parliament for his services
at Waterloo. Raised to the peerage of the United Kingdom as Baron
Ramsay. Appointed lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia in 1816. In 1819
appointed governor-general and commander-in-chief of British North
America. Served in this capacity for nine years. From 1829 to 1832
commander-in-chief in the East Indies. =Index=: (Louis Joseph Papineau era) Influence did not
extend beyond Quebec, 1; his arrival as governor, 1820, 33; conflict
with Papineau, 34, 61; his harsh policy towards French-Canadians, 39;
his character, 41; founds Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 41;
erects monument to Wolfe and Montcalm, 41; sides with Council against
Assembly, 42; promises remedy for abuses, 43; interview with Papineau,
58; refuses to confirm election of Papineau as Speaker and dissolves
Parliament, 61; his speech to Assembly, 61-62; recalled, 64, 70. (Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era)
Governor-general, 1820, 19; a "disciplinarian devoid of diplomacy," 19;
leaves Canada, 20. =Bib.=: Kingsford, History of Canada; Rattray, The
Scot in British North America; Dict. Eng. Hist.; Campbell, History
of Nova Scotia.
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